The 2011 "Year-One Rookie Allocations" for each of the 32 NFL teams have been tabulated.
The "Year-One Rookie Allocation" is each team's proportional share of the Year-One Rookie Compensation Pool, calculated based upon the number, round, and position of the Club's draft choices plus one-third of the Undrafted Rookie Reservation, signing bonuses that are capped at $75,000 per team.
Basically, the amounts below are the most teams can spend in first-year cap dollars on their draft picks plus the signing bonus proration of their undrafted free agents.
Teams may begin signing their draft picks and undrafted rookie free agents 10am EST on Tuesday, July 26.
According to a league source, those numbers are as follows (in millions):